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Literature in Business

I. How does the reading process change the reader? (What is your evidence for this?)

j. How does writing about changes in business help the writer deal with changes in the workplace? (What is your evidence for this?)

k. How does literature deal with elements of business that resist change, such as personal ethics or the profit motive?

l. Do the works you are analyzing address change implicitly or explicitly? Which way is more effective for addressing change for a business audience, and why?

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STEP 1
i. How does the reading process change the reader? (What is your evidence for this?)
The reading process affects the perceptions and the attitudes of the reader. If the book or the article is powerful enough then ti can even affect the benefits of the reader. For example, if a manager reads a book that great business leaders are both task and people oriented and if his leadership styled is task oriented, he may decide to become a more people oriented person.

STEP 2

j. How does writing about changes in business help the writer deal with changes in the workplace? (What is your evidence for this?)

Writing about changes in business is usually addressed to some person or a group of persons. For example, a CEO may write to the HRD ...

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